Eyebrow Embroidery is considered a very special art as it requires very delicate skills and patience to achieve the desired beautiful and natural results. It requires many years of dedicated training to master this delicate art to perfection.
For embroidered eyebrows, you are able to notice brow hair strands unlike normal eyebrow tattoo or make up ones which may not look as natural as its having one’s brows drawn and colour over. Imagine having your perfect set of natural looking brows semi-permanently without having the hassle to draw or maintain it every day.
This is how the process flows; before the embroidery aesthetics treatment begins. The Embroidery Specialist will first have a Brows Analysis Session which they will find out the customer’s preference, requirements and desired results. They will explain the techniques and brow trends and begin by drawing the brow shape according to the customer’s facial features and requirements. From the Brows Analysis, the customer will decide the preferred technique, brows trend and shape.
After which, a special medical grade anaesthetic cream will be placed on the area for about 15 to 30minutes before the embroidery procedure begins. Using the latest embroidery technique which minimises procedure pain, our embroidery specialist will skillfully craft the perfect set of brows just for you.
The ingredients in the dye used are from natural source and HSA approved so there is rarely any side effects. As we place great importance on our clients’ well being, after any embroidery work is done, our clients will get a copy of our Avone Embroidery Care. And To allow our clients to fully appreciate the embroidered brows, we provide free unlimited touch-up period for selected eyebrow embroidery packages*. (*Free Touch Up Period May Differ For Promotional Offers.)
The Healing Process
The Healing Process – Conventional Brows Embroidery • Microblading Scabbing
Light peeling or scabbing is a normal part of the healing process after having done a conventional Brows Embroidery.
During the process, one will seem to have a “patchy” appearance to the brows as you can see from the day to day healing process pictured below.
Colour pigments will be at its deepest immediately after the Embroidery procedure. However when the colour pigments begin to stabilize; there will be some scabbing or peeling occurring around day 4 or 5 and persists through day 10 to 12. By day 12 to 14, you can see that the brows have lightened and softened up considerably, but they are no longer patchy. If you have done the Korean Essence Brows Embroidery, the peeling/scabbing process might start earlier and last a little bit later. All these stages will vary for everyone depending on one’s skin cellular renewal.
You are on your way to fabulous brows but there are some very important points to note while you are at it!
• DO NOT pick or peel or rub on the scabs
• You MUST let the scabs fall off naturally
It’s not uncommon for your brows to fade slightly prior to your touch up (It is normal). On average most people retain about 75% of their brows after their first appointment as long as they follow all of the aftercare essentials. Picking on the scabs may result in a loss of pigment that may need to be re-applied. Those who pick their scabs off prematurely may only have a 30% retention or less. Remember that as long as you follow the aftercare essentials and avoid picking your scabs off, your healing should be PERFECT and you will get your desired results. Usually, our Brows Embroidery will last 3 to 6 months with the strokes not as defined as its initial stage but the eyebrow embroidery shape will still be there. Thus a touch up is recommended to maintain the desired results. For further queries, it is always best to seek our professional Specialists advise. They will be able to give more accurate information based on your skin cell renewal and lifestyle etc. If you have not done any brows embroidery, its recommended to get a touch up to achieve your eventual desired results plus it can last two or three years with proper aftercare essentials, varying on the individual.
Eyebrow Embroidery Essentials Care Guide
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